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There have been a number of recent reports about women trafficked into coercive brothels in Singapore. Here is another Bangkok Post report from late last month. And here is an Asia One investigative report from February this year about an Indian woman who managed to escape from a brothel in Singapore. These reports all seem to touch on the same sequence. The women are given no police protection whatsoever despite Singapore police enforcing the laws regularly and fastidiously in other areas of Singapore life.
In fact, it would appear that the police are acting on behalf of the brothel owners and traffickers, at the very least in a passive way, if not actually in a collusive way. The women do not exist insofar as Singapore human rights exist and are applied. Singapore needs to be called out on this situation. And unlike say Cambodia, if Singapore is called out enough, they are actually capable of being embarrassed and mobilizing the law enforcement resources to shut this despicable business down.
I wonder if other readers have been to Singapore, specifically Little India, on a Sunday evening? Literally thousands of working-aged men walk around, maybe buy something for the next week or grab a cheap meal and make their way to the buses and songthews to use the Thai expression that will ferry them to building sites.
By next morning, all the food wrappers had been picked up and the place looked like a park again. As I wandered through the area, I wondered as to the logistics of such an operation,: What rights do they have while working here? Are they subject to the all-to-common difficulties injustices faced by migrant workers?
What kind of visa are they on, etc. I think this situation — in which the victim always suffers but the traffickers are never arrested — is consistent across most of SE Asia. The reason for this is because the traffickers themselves are the authorities. Here in Thailand for example, prominent mafia figures also have senior positions in the police force. This is why, for example, we can have an underground lottery which is worth more than the official lottery, and large-scale copyright infringement on the streets and in stores — because the police are running the show.